manometric


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man·o·met·ric

(man'ō-met'rik), Avoid the misspelling/mispronunciation monometric.
Relating to a manometer.

manometric

adjective Referring to manometry, see there.

man·o·met·ric

(man'ō-met'rik)
Relating to a manometer.
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13-15) Despite the variable manometric findings, dysphagia in these individuals usually resolves after endoscopic or surgical treatment for achalasia.
Moisture sorption tests were carried out in a fixed-volume manometric apparatus (Fig.
For the single jet with manometric reading at nozzle exit equal to 53.
The other trial of 171 patients compared four groups: one group received a "package of care" consisting of teaching, advice, and support: the other three groups got the package of care plus either simple sphincter exercises, manometric feedback, or real-time ultrasound.
This, together with the patient's classic manometric findings for achalasia, lends support to the third hypothesis.
The other three groups got the package of care plus one of the following: simple sphincter exercises, manometric feedback, or real-time ultrasound.
Middle ear pressures in eustachian tube malfunction: Manometric studies, Laryngoscope 1973;83:1585-93.
If the clinical and manometric results obtained during the test period are favorable, permanent implantation is appropriate.
Carbon dioxide combining power was done with Van Slyke's manometric apparatus, with frequent mercury spills that ended up in the cracks of a wooden floor.
Vaclavik E, Halling-Sorensen B, Ingerslev F (2004) Evaluation of manometric respiration tests to assess the effects of veterinary antibiotics in soil.
We perform ambulatory 24-hour double-probe simultaneous [esophageal and pharyngeal] pH monitoring, with probe placement based on manometric measurement.
Resting anal manometric pressure climbed from 26 mm Hg preoperatively to 46 mm Hg at follow-up.